The continuation of "Bizarre Foods'' finds Andrew Zimmern keeping his passport at home, as the chef and writer embarks on a culinary exploration of the great U, S of A. From traditional foods passed down through generations to modern eats whose roots are purely American, the United States is home to a smorgasbord of bizarre foods and equally extraordinary stories associated with them. So who best to taste and tell than Andrew, the man who lives by the motto "If it looks good, eat it''? The cultural cuisine master has done plenty of that throughout the history of "Bizarre Foods,'' with the "America'' incarnation including a celebration of the series' 100th episode.
Andrew Zimmern finds that Toronto is a melting pot of edgy eats. From horse heart salami and seal flipper pie to pig's ear and cuttlefish, Andrew discovers that amazing dishes from around the world can be found right in Toronto!Watch Now:AmazoniTunes
Take a road trip down the Blues Trail, and stop along the way to take in the music and the food that make up the unique flavor of the Mississippi Delta, from Memphis, TN to Jackson, MS. Andrew samples Southern standbys and riffs on old favorites, like "redneck ramen" made with noodles and pigs ears.Watch Now:AmazoniTunes
With a menu that includes a Tibetan soup with yak, a Pakistani dish with goat offal and a chicken blood pancake, Andrew finds that a trip to Queens, NY, is just as good as a trip around the globe!Watch Now:iTunes
Host Andrew Zimmern begins his exploration of America's most unusual foods in Minnesota's Twin Cities. Featured eats include deep-fried snapping turtle; an elk-and-wild-rice hot dish; brined-and-breaded duck testicles; and "meat glue."Watch Now:AmazoniTunes
Andrew Zimmern explores the "new South," Atlanta. He feasts on calf brains on toast at a gourmet pub, helps butcher a goat at a nearby farm, and gets a Korean scrub down with Margaret Cho.Watch Now:Amazon
Some frog smoothies, giant Amazonian snails and fried guinea pig are among the delicacies Andrew samples in Lima, Peru.
Andrew Zimmern finds out that some amazing things are growing in America's Garden State. From Filipino favorites to an iconic local breakfast meat and a new breed of oyster, New Jersey is home to some surprising flavors.Watch Now:AmazoniTunes
Andrew pulls an all-nighter in New York City, where he eats goat brains at a hangout for cabdrivers and slurps blood clams at a fish market at 4 am.Watch Now:iTunes
Andrew Zimmern visits Nashville, where he gets a taste of the city's most iconic foods. From classics like hot chicken and dry ribs to grilled Sandhill crane, Andrew finds flavors both old and new in Music City USA.Watch Now:Amazon
Andrew Zimmern visits Northern California where people are reinventing sustainable living, like hunting doves, to developing strange new flavors for jelly beans, to training sheep to eat weeds at local vineyards, people in this part of the country have a unique way of looking at how to get the food they eat.Watch Now:AmazoniTunes
There's a rich mix of tradition and innovation in Austin! From roasted pigeons (with the heads still on!) to grits mixed with duck innards, plus scrambled pig brains and bloody marys made with real pig blood, Andrew explores the foods that "Keep Austin Weird."Watch Now:AmazoniTunes
Global culture and Texas tradition create bold flavors in Houston, where Andrew eats steer head at a tailgate party, duck organs in dirty rice from a "blast and cast" and goat in the Gandhi District.Watch Now:Amazon
Andrew Zimmern checks out the food scene of Charleston, S.C. He gets a taste of wood-coal barbecue in the Lowcountry; samples chitterlings at a soul-food restaurant; and attends a family dinner, where sautéed chicken feet are served.Watch Now:AmazoniTunes